mexico Archives - aftermarketNews
Nearshoring to Mexico: Challenges and Opportunities

Gerardo Guiza discusses how nearshoring is different than reshoring, and why it has become so popular in the last three years.

O’Reilly Auto Parts Opens New Distribution Center in Mexico

O’Reilly has operated in Mexico since 2019, when it acquired Mayasa Auto Parts and its 21 ORMA-branded parts stores.

O'Reilly Guadalajara
Platinum Driveline, Delphi Announce Strategic Partnership

The relationship is expected to increase Delphi’s presence in the Mexican automotive aftermarket.

Valvoline Inc. has announced that it has completed the previously announced sale of its Global Products business to Aramco.
BorgWarner to Expand Production of eMobility Technologies

BorgWarner’s new plant for manufacturing power electronic components and electric motors is expected to be open by Q2 2024.

Borgwarner Mexico EV manufacturing
Alliance Hosts LATAM Shareholder Meeting in Mexico

The meeting focused on channel partner relations, IT initiatives, category management and sales and marketing efforts.

Bendix Mexico Mfg. Facility Celebrates 35th Anniversary

The operation’s diverse business portfolio and continuous investment in growth have contributed to its longevity.

Insights on Mexico Industrial Real Estate

The interview focuses on industrial and commercial real estate in the Bajio and Northeast automotive regions.

Brembo Completes Expansion of Escobedo, Mexico, Caliper Plant

Now fully operational, the 322,917-square-foot Escobedo expansion doubles the facility’s output and will create 500 jobs.

Duty Optimization in Mexico’s Automotive Industry

Learn now NAFTA affected the auto industry, what is a bonded warehouse and more.

Gain Ground in Latin America at INA PAACE Automechanika

INA PAACE Automechanika Mexico will take place July 12-14 in Mexico City.

Scania Clinches Its First Electric Truck Deal in Mexico

Mexican food giant Grupo Bimbo orders seven electric trucks – Scania’s first electric truck fleet in Latin America.

FDP to Open Brake Friction Plant in Mexico

The move reflects FDP’s goal of “rewiring its supply chain for the future.”